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About this Resource
You don’t have to fear the freakout around going to the doctor! Far too few people know that simple, effective strategies exist. This is a great overview of all the ways to make things much easier for teens. For more detail, and all the info you need to make it happen, explore more of our resources, including our Take Control App For Teens.
How to Use This
This infographic is a great way to introduce pain strategies, and a great way to recap them too. You can print it out for yourself, share it with a friend, or use it to talk to your doctor. Providers can make them available to patients and staff.
Who is this for
Teens, parents, and providers.
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